Are the control and intervention labels correct in your table?1 vote
The UKPDS follow-up study from 2008 has 4 groups, we have not designated any as a control group. You can change which groups to compare yourself by designating two groups.
I updated my subscription a few weeks ago, but can still only access the free section. Can you help?1 vote
How does the keyword link to studies for it seems Miya choice vitamin is nonspecific?1 vote
The “vitamins” is for all vitamin-related trials. We have a keyword specific for B6 and B12 but not for others. Is that what you’re asking?
It seems there is some sort of "Google Instant" type search results feature when typing in the search box. This is a good idea, except as results are returned characters are deleted if typed between the first character and the time it took to display results. For example, typing "ezetimibe" into the search box turns out as "eemb," eti," etc.. as it is impossible to type a full word quickly without losing chunks of it in the process. Each letter has to be typed slowly after the search results from the previous letter are displayed. Please fix.1 vote
I am not able to reproduce, no matter how fast or slowly I type and delete characters, the search comes back correctly. I’ll look into the code as to when this might happen.
please add when you have time -- could not find on your list.1 vote
Our data model is designed to compare patient group outcome, i.e. x of y patients had z. COPD studies like TORCH usually give the results in “x exacerbations per year per patient”, which unfortunately we currently do not support. We have some ideas on how we might incorporate these studies into MyStudies, but this will take some time.
Fantastic & grand accomplishment. Thank you....Thank you....Thank you.!
Could you provide expert opinion on how the study changes practice? That is, a pearl of wisdom that puts the study into perspective. A super-condensed version of your typical TEC podcast...just couple of sentences?5 votes
The red colour for NNH looks same as black to colour blind person like me and I imagine other colour blind folk1 vote
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